Complete List of Toyota Camry Recalls 2002-2011

I have complied a complete recall list of the Toyota Camry, dating back to ten years ago. If you see your vehicle on here, and are unaware of whether or not the recall has been addressed and resolved, please contact your local Toyota dealer. There was a recall on the 2002 Toyota Camry that came with…

Complete List of Toyota Tacoma Recalls 2002-2011

I have a vested interest in compiling this list, as my own father-in-law drives an 2009 Toyota Tacoma, or the “Taco”, as it is affectionately known (subject to a few recalls, which I will inform him of shortly). Anyways, just like the Toyota Camry recall list, here is an extensive list of all of the…

Complete List of Toyota Corolla Recalls 2002-2011

The Toyota Corolla carries the distinction of the world’s best-selling car, dating all the way back to 1966, having sold well over 30 million cars worldwide. Here in the United States, it consistently ranks in the top ten, but most boring cars generally do. Vanilla sells (also, vanilla ice cream is a top seller…go figure). I’ve always…

Toyota Tumbles in Latest J.D.Power and Associates APEAL Study!

According to the good folks at J.D. Powers and Associates, they have released their  2012 U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study. Before I get to the Toyota tumbling act to where they currently reside now, I wanted to touch on a few things that I personally found interesting about the study. If you…

NHTSA Head Honcho David Strickland Fires Back at Sen. Chuck Grassley, Defends NHTSA and Toyota

Not one to speculate, and also not really surprised, the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration Administrator (does it seem weird that the top title at NHTSA is Administrator? Isn’t is assumed that they’ll be administrating?) David Strickland, the government’s top safety official, formally released a letter in response to Sen. Chuck Grassley’s inquiry about…

Obituary: Lincoln 1917-2010…What Led to Its Timely Death

Yes, I’m fully aware that Lincoln is barely alive. Noticed that I didn’t say well…because it is anything but that. Why did I pick 2010? Because that was the year that the real last Lincoln was widely available to customers…the Lincoln Town Car (fleet sales ended in 2011). In fact, I would go as far…